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a mayor or chief magistrate of a Spanish town

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Hopefully her romantic trysts with the Alcade de Amor was worth it.
But it only follows the material itself" (153), and he begins by tracing the popularity of Calderon's El alcade de Zalamea (one of his "peasant plays") in Paris in the late eighteenth century.
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